Kim Kardashian isn't letting pregnancy get in the way of her sexy style.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, who is due on Christmas, put baby bump No. 2 on full display on Saturday at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's film annual Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles. The event was presented by Gucci and honored artist James Turrell and filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu.
Kardashian, 35, glowed in a daring see-through black lace Givenchy jumpsuit that looked almost identical to the sheer ensemble she wore to Givenchy artistic director Riccardo Tisci's first-ever stateside show during New York Fashion Week in September. She completed the look with a floor-length blazer, peep-toe heels, a diamond choker necklace and dramatic wine-colored lips.
While her husband, Kanye West, wasn't in attendance, she did bring along a few dates to the star-studded event: Tisci, his "partner in crime" Youssef Marquis and model Naomi Campbell.
Kardashian wasn't the only one dressed to impress, however. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley stepped out with her boyfriend, Jason Statham, looking pretty in pink, and Salma Hayek also sported the light hue. The ladies' floor-length dresses both featured bows around the waist and were designed by Gucci.
Dakota Johnson's ensemble also displayed a bow-adorned Gucci design, though hers was at the neckline. The Fifty Shades of Grey star looked classy and chic in the mustard-hued gown.
Jared Leto looked as dapper as ever, donning a black Gucci jacket with gray trim and black pants. The silk pink button-up the Suicide Squad actor wore under the jacket perfectly complemented his slicked-back hair.
Perhaps taking a cue from the museum's art displays, actress Chloe Sevigny sported a quirky long-sleeved yellow lace dress with patch-like prints displaying a tiger, snake, flowers and strawberries.
Diane Kruger's blue Monique Lhuillier ensemble -- which consisted of a strapless top and trousers in different shades -- also looked like a piece of art with its boxy silhouette. Her longtime beau, Joshua Jackson, kept in classic in a black tuxedo and bowtie.
Also donning a very classy look was Reese Witherspoon. The Oscar-winning star wore a strapless black floor-length dress, which slightly resembled her red carpet look at the American Cinematheque Awards last month.
Gwyneth Paltrow went with a shorter hemline than most of her fellow attendees, turning heads in a sparkly turquoise mini-dress with ruffled detailing that showed off her toned legs.